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Halloween is almost upon us and I’ve found some fun treats to make with my boys this week. What I love best about making food with them is that when they make it, they are more likely to eat some of it! As you know, playing with your food is strongly encouraged for kids who have oral sensory aversion. Let’s go……..

First up are these yummy and adorable Mummy Pretzel Rods from Teaspoon of Goodness. I’m a fan of anything ‘mummy!’

Who doesn’t love a gluten free treat? The Gluten Free Alchemist came up with adorable and tasty Ghostly Halloween Pumpkin Mini Rolls.
Just because we have girls doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy no-bake Zombie Graveyard cookies! So easy.

One of the most fun things about Halloween is eating fake fingers….no kidding! Here are some Halloween Finger Witch Cookies from Nifty Recipe.

Looking for Halloween Tips for Special Needs? Check out our earlier post here.

OhMy!-Creative Mummy Twinkie Treats couldn’t be easier and more adorable.

Put a little chocolate into the fun with these Spooky Skeleton Rice Krispy Treats. LOVE them!

As you wait for the Great Pumpkin, make these Pumpkin Patch Halloween Treats from Craft, Create, Cook.

Who, who, who doesn’t love owls? Easy to make Candy Owl Halloween Treats are fun and yummy!

Pumpkin Dirt Pudding (Graveyard Parfaits) make you want to eat ‘dirt.’ They are so tasty and cool. Thanks to Neighbor Food for this fun idea.

Finally, who can forget Frankenstein? Not us……The Kitchen Prep brings us fun Frankenstein Chocolate Whoopie Pies.

I hope you enjoy! Post pictures of your fun Halloween and Fall treats and you may see them on our blog…..

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